Public record for March 13, 2009

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Gazette Staff
Friday, March 13, 2009
Rock County

-- BURGLARY reported at 3:47 p.m. Thursday to Michael's Pipeline Construction, 1520 E. Delavan Drive, Janesville. Reported damaged were locks with an unknown value.


-- MICHAEL S. MATHIS, 19, no fixed address, Janesville, at 10:08 p.m. Thursday in the 6200 block of South Highway 51, Janesville, on a bench warrant accusing him of failing to appear in Rock County Court on a previous charge of operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent.


-- HIGHWAY 59 EAST OF SALISBURY ROAD, LIMA TOWNSHIP, at 4:02 p.m. Sunday. A van driven by Mario A. Villarreal, 38, of N9578 Howard Road, Whitewater, crossed the centerline, went into a ditch and rolled. Teresa Villarreal, 37, was treated and released at Mercy Hospital. Jaquellin D. Villarreal, 7, and Jennifer M. Villarreal, 4, also were brought to Mercy Hospital but their conditions were unavailable because they are minors. Mario Villarreal was cited for driving too fast for conditions and a child restrain violation.

Fire calls

-- BASEMENT FIRE at 12:30 a.m. today at 606 Locust St., Janesville. The fire started in the area of the clothes dryer in the basement of the single family, two-story home. Damage estimates were not available this morning. All family members had safely evacuated the house before firefighters arrived.

-- MOBILE HOME FIRE at 8:26 p.m. Thursday in Lot 20 of Shady Hill Mobile Home Park, 9204 E. Creek Road. Clinton, Sharon and Turtle fire departments responded to the scene in Bradford Township. A heat lamp in an aquarium caused the fire that resulted in major damage and killed the reptile in the aquarium. Firefighters remained on scene for one hour.

-- HOUSE FIRE at 5:22 p.m. Wednesday at 739 Stafford Road, Janesville. The fire was primarily contained to the family room and attic of the single-family ranch style home, resulting in $55,000 in damage. The cause continues to be investigated by the Janesville Fire Department. A neighbor reported the fire. No residents were home at the time. The Red Cross was called to provide assistance.

Walworth County
Intoxicated driving arrests

-- BRANDON HERDMAN MCCOY, 22, W7772-8B Wisconsin Parkway, No. 29, Delavan, on Wednesday on South Second Street, Whitewater.

-- ROLANDO MARTINEZ-SANCHEZ, 39, of 1118 S. Wells St., No. 2, Lake Geneva, at 11:12 p.m. Sunday on South Main Street, Walworth. It was reported as his second arrest on a drunken-driving charge.


-- TOMAIN MORRIS, 21, of 616 Bowers Blvd., No. 4, Delavan, two counts of exposing a child to harmful material as a repeater. He is accused of watching pornography on a computer with a 10-year-old girl and 12-year-old boy and their mother Feb. 28 in Walworth.

-- DANIEL R. BOEHM, 49, Appleton, felony fleeing an officer causing damage after he crashed through a fence, ending an 8-mile chase at estimated speeds of 85 to 100 mph on Saturday in Delavan.

-- JAMES T. ROBERTS, 48, Burlington, seventh-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated after a traffic stop Saturday in Lake Geneva.

-- ALFONSO C. LOAYZA, 43, Beloit, eighth-offense operating while intoxicated after a traffic stop March 4 in Whitewater Township.

-- IVAN GUERRERO, 26, Palmyra, hit and run causing injury after an accident Dec. 3 in Elkhorn.

-- RONALD G. MORGAN, 52, Oakfield, theft of a rented item after he failed to return a saw and other items he rented July 15 from the Winchester True Value in Whitewater.

Last updated: 9:53 am Thursday, December 13, 2012

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